Prowling my world, camera in hand

7 December 2009

Week 48: point and shoot

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Normally, I do not talk about equipment. My position is that the pictures should speak for themselves and that technical data is fundamentally uninteresting. However, this week I just mention that my Leica M8 has gone back to Germany for a repair of the main switch, so in the meantime I am mainly using the Panasonic LX3 point and shoot. All the pictures this week were taken while walking my dog or riding my bicycle.

Three ladies with doggies on Playa San Juan:


Alternate 1
A dog guards his owner’s breakfast at a café near our house:

Alternate 2
Same café, two patrons:

Alternate 3
Playa San Juan, view towards Cabo de las Huertas:

Alternate 4
Playa Muchavista, clouds shortly after sunset:

Alternate 5
Playa San Juan, fellow cyclist:

Alternate 6
Thursday I had lunch at one of my favourite restaurants, El Capricho de Raquel. One advantage of always having the camera in the pocket is that you are ready to snap interesting scenes, even when (as here) it is just the view through the window of the men’s room:

Alternate 7
El Campello harbour, Saturday morning; a fisherman works on his nets while his dog sits guard:

Alternate 8
El Campello harbour, Saturday morning; a cat scouts the sea, presumably for incoming fishing boats and the consequent goodies that follow:

1 Comment »

  1. As usual a very nice group of images. I think that the glass block men’s room photo is
    neat1 It pays to have your camera with you all the time..Did you up grade the operating system on your LX-3?

    Comment by Mervin S Stewart — 7 December 2009 @ 21:01

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